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Bush mum on CIA chief decision

US President George W. Bush said he was still considering whom to name as new CIA chief and would not say whether he will back proposals to create a new Cabinet-level intelligence overseer. Asked whether he had chosen who will lead the Central Intelligence Agency after George Tenet’s resignation, Bush said he was “still thinking about it” and was “taking a hard look” at leading contenders for the job. The US president, facing election-year fire over flawed pre-war accusations that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction, said he favored reforming US intelligence services but stopped short of endorsing proposals to create a new Cabinet-level post to oversee them. Full Story

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